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Fusion Pharmaceuticals enters into agreement to build a radiopharmaceutical manufacturing facility

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Fusion expects the manufacturing facility will be operational by early 2024.

HAMILTON and BOSTON — On June 2, Fusion Pharmaceuticals Inc., a clinical-stage oncology company focused on developing radiopharmaceuticals as precision medicines, announced it has entered a 15-year lease agreement with Hamilton, Ontario-based McMaster University to build a 27,000 square foot current Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) compliant radiopharmaceutical manufacturing facility. The facility, to be built by McMaster and equipped and validated by Fusion, will be designed to support manufacturing of the Company’s growing pipeline of targeted alpha therapies (TATs). Fusion expects the manufacturing facility will be operational by early 2024.

“Manufacturing and supply chain are critical components of radiopharmaceutical development and commercialization, and with Fusion’s expertise, we believe we are well-positioned to create a facility to scale production in support of our growing pipeline and development collaborations,” said Fusion Chief Executive Officer John Valliant, Ph.D. “We will continue to prioritize manufacturing and supply chain infrastructure in our long-term plans, and this facility is an important milestone in executing those plans.The location of the facility, adjacent to our internal research organization and a world-class University that specializes in medical isotope research and training, enables us to efficiently advance new TATs and hire top tier talent to support our leading portfolio of radiopharmaceuticals.”

In conjunction with the execution of the lease agreement, Fusion has entered into a services agreement with its long-time partner, the Centre for Probe Development and Commercialization (CPDC), to provide services relating to certain aspects of the validation of this new manufacturing facility.



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